Category Archives: Research

Physical & digital play, developing games for hospitalised children

Authors: Caroline Claisse and Dylan Yamada-Rice In January 2014 I began a one year research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to materialise ideas for the design a videogame for hospitalised children that takes account of their

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Physical & digital play, developing games for hospitalised children

Authors: Caroline Claisse and Dylan Yamada-Rice In January 2014 I began a one year research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to materialise ideas for the design a videogame for hospitalised children that takes account of their

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Methods Exchange

Author: Carey Jewitt // MIDAS met up with colleagues from the Communicating chronic pain: Interdisciplinary methods for non-textual data based at LSE to share our research experiences. CCP and MIDAS are both Methodological Innovation Projects funded by NCRM. During our

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Methods Exchange

Author: Carey Jewitt // MIDAS met up with colleagues from the Communicating chronic pain: Interdisciplinary methods for non-textual data based at LSE to share our research experiences. CCP and MIDAS are both Methodological Innovation Projects funded by NCRM. During our

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Making a game of fashion consumption and social interaction

Author: Thomas Makryniotis // In role-playing computer games – titles such as the Final Fantasy series (Square Enix) and the Elder Scrolls series (Bethesda) – the avatar develops over time by means of power-ups and new items. These power-ups and items

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Making a game of fashion consumption and social interaction

Author: Thomas Makryniotis // In role-playing computer games – titles such as the Final Fantasy series (Square Enix) and the Elder Scrolls series (Bethesda) – the avatar develops over time by means of power-ups and new items. These power-ups and items

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Visual ethnography: Getting a sense of a place

Author: Anna Xambó // A little time ago, a speaker recommended a book to the audience during her talk. The book was passed around, and someone took a picture of it using his smartphone. Since then, when I want to

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Visual ethnography: Getting a sense of a place

Author: Anna Xambó // A little time ago, a speaker recommended a book to the audience during her talk. The book was passed around, and someone took a picture of it using his smartphone. Since then, when I want to

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